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FO: 2: Diplomatic-Consular Relations: CO 60-98: Dahomey, Republic of-Guinea, Republic of: Executive

FO: 2: Diplomatic-Consular Relations: CO 60-98: Dahomey, Republic of-Guinea, Republic of: Executive
30 November 1959-14 November 1963, undated
113 digital pages
This file contains correspondence and memoranda regarding United States ambassadors to various countries. Topics include ambassadorial appointments; requests for meetings with President John F. Kennedy; biographies of ambassadors; and international affairs including the coal industry and the Food for Peace program.
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President (1961-1963 : Kennedy). White House Central Files. (01/20/1961 - 11/22/1963)
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Papers of John F. Kennedy. Presidential Papers. White House Central Subject Files. Foreign Affairs (FO). FO: 2: Diplomatic-Consular Relations: CO 60-98: Dahomey, Republic of-Guinea, Republic of: Executive. JFKWHCSF-0228-008. John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum
Material pertaining to international relations or in connection with the plans, policies, procedures, and programs regarding foreign countries or governments. Includes material relating to the administration of foreign affairs; economic development; mutual security; and foreign information and exchange activities. Except ambassadors and others to the U.S. (CO), Atomic Energy Exchange (AT), endorsement and appointment of ambassadors and others from U.S. (EN 9), foreign affairs limited to a specific country (CO), international organizations (IT) and medals and awards (MA).
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